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Captured! The POW Saga of Frank Battle by Bob Corbin with Alexander Doyle

Captured! The POW Saga of Frank Battle

Written by: Bob Corbin with Alexander Doyle

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Frank Battle, a forward observer for Allied troops in WWII, is captured by German forces. Unfortunately for Frank, one of his SS interrogators decides it would be quite an accomplishment to break Frank Battle and convince him that the Axis of Evil is the right way and he will stop at nothing to do so. But as a member of the Greatest Generation, Frank will have none of it and is sent to Stalag 13. Frank's hope and faith are tested throughout his captivity. Then, hope begins to rise as US forces storm the compound in a bold attempt to free the captives. Unfortunately their escape attempt is thwarted by German forces and Frank and his two comrades are given the choice of fighting it out with the Germans, being recaptured or slipping into the dark German night in one last dash for freedom. Will they make it? Join Frank and his fellow POW's as they struggle to survive the hardships of imprisonment, the brutally harsh winter and the physical and mental anguish of a deadly game of hide and seek with German troops.

Career School by Mike Colahan

Career School

Written by: Mike Colahan

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Funny, passionate, and offering rare insight in the dynamics of running a small college, CAREER SCHOOL is one of the important social stories of our time.

Cat O’ Nine Tales by Krystal Lawrence

Cat O’ Nine Tales

Written by: Krystal Lawrence

Available In: eBook|Hardcover

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What evil dwells within the pretty lady next door or the ordinary house cat?

What happens when you pursue your dreams into the desert after dark?

Beware the man borne of your imagination. He could seek vengeance on the one who created him.

Visit a bookstore offering a most alluring and sinister service.

Journey to the dark side with ten twisted tales of horror, malevolence, and the truly uncanny.

Cave of Mystic Dreams by S. P. Kumar

Cave of Mystic Dreams

Written by: S. P. Kumar

Available In: eBook|Paperback

Author Website: http://www.SPKumarBooks.com/

The Cave of Mystic Dreams is a delightful escape in which good faces evil in a struggle for control over two interconnected worlds. Can three teenagers whose biggest nightmare until recently was a history test survive the ultimate test of faith, trust & friendship? By turns adventurous and funny, the novel follows their quest to retrieve a precious artifact from the Cave of Mystic Dreams.

Chasing Backwards: A Psychological Murder Mystery by Arthur Smukler

Chasing Backwards: A Psychological Murder Mystery

Written by: Arthur Smukler

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From the backstreets of Philadelphia’s little Italy, to posh Rittenhouse Square, to the covert financial world of Zurich, Switzerland, medical student Joe Belmont runs for his life. No matter how far he runs, his survival may lay in the one place he has always feared, the darkest corner of his own mind.

Chasing Diets: Stop the Endless Search and Discover the Solution by Robert Ziltzer and Craig Primack

Chasing Diets: Stop the Endless Search and Discover the Solution

Written by: Robert Ziltzer and Craig Primack

Available In: eBook|Hardcover|Paperback

Author Website: https://www.scottsdaleweightloss.com/

America is addicted to dieting. There are millions of people who are sick—sick of being overweight. These people have been chasing diets over a lifetime and are ready to stop their endless searching and discover a solution to weight loss.

There are thousands of diets and tens of thousands of diet books; each month a new diet book comes out with new promise and new hope. They all fail sooner or later, leaving the dieter ever more hopeless and more discouraged. Studies of self-help diets usually show no greater than ten pounds of weight loss after one year.

In truth, self-help dieting is a no-win venture. Self-help and “next best diet” approaches ignore the fact that obesity is a medical disease that, in most people, requires medical treatment.

Doctors Craig Primack, MD and Robert Ziltzer, MD discuss the shortcomings of self-help diets, and more importantly show dieters how to find a weight loss program that works—for life! Founders of Scottsdale Weight Loss Center in Arizona, Drs. Ziltzer and Primack have worked with thousands of patients who have found that medical management is the essential ingredient to success.

The four-pronged comprehensive weight loss program explained in Chasing Diets is designed to use all the tools available today: medical management, proper nutrition, activity and sleep, and education. Used together, these tools can empower people who struggle with obesity to stop the search and arrive at a solution for losing and maintaining goal weight.

Chasing the Dream/A Racer’s Widow Story by Aly Grady

Chasing the Dream/A Racer’s Widow Story

Written by: Aly Grady

Available In: eBook|Paperback

Author Website: http://www.alygrady.com/

Chase Sinclair is grown up. His dreams came true and he’s the new IndyCar champion. Jess O’Dowd is grown up too and trying to get a position as a staff writer. She sees an exclusive story on the new champion as her ticket. Jess follows Chase and the two are forced to flee their tropical location. They realize, with a little help, that the dreams of their youth could be the reality of adulthood.

Child of the Sword by J.L. Doty

Child of the Sword

Written by: J.L. Doty

Available In: Hardcover

Author Website: http://www.jldoty.com/

Rat is no ordinary thief. A feral, filthy and malnourished child; he survives on what he can steal. But he creates his own shadows and hides within them, though he's completely unaware of his use of magic. When a clan of powerful wizards see his shadowmagic they adopt him, because they want such magic in the clan. Perhaps that's a good thing for Rat, as long as they don't kill him in the process.

Chronicles of Kate Gil by Anne Copeland

Chronicles of Kate Gil

Written by: Anne Copeland

Available In: eBook

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As a victim's advocate, Kate Gil works with the Hayesville Police Department to help those overlooked and forgotten victims of violent crimes. She uses resources available from the various private and governmental agencies to help them readjust to normal lives. Her personal compassion and involvement in their grief often leads to long workdays and sleepless nights.

Coffee Ground Banana Peels and Diapers: How to entertain friends and family in the 21st century without allowing life to get in the way by Sarah Krieger, MPH, RDN

Coffee Ground Banana Peels and Diapers: How to entertain friends and family in the 21st century without allowing life to get in the way

Written by: Sarah Krieger, MPH, RDN

Available In: eBook

Author Website: http://www.sarahkrieger.com/

A sprightly title suggests that life may prevent the creation of memorable meals at home, both celebratory and the every day. Nutritionist, Sarah Krieger, shares her journal of menus, recipes and yummy photos that capture the story behind the meals she has prepared for family and friends. Enjoy true tales of tasty meals whether you are a novice cook or need inspiration to get back in the kitchen.

Cold Open by Greg Clarkin

Cold Open

Written by: Greg Clarkin

Available In: eBook

Author Website: http://www.gregclarkin.com/

When the nation’s number one cable news anchor turns up floating in the East River, the cops label it a suicide. But his gorgeous widow is convinced he was killed and carries a secret that proves it. Now she’s got Sam North believing it. The story-hungry TV reporter starts nosing around and discovers what Jack Steele found out the hard way-asking questions can get you disturbing answers.

Comfort of Fences by Stacy Overman Morrison

Comfort of Fences

Written by: Stacy Overman Morrison

Available In: eBook|Paperback

Author Website: http://www.stacyomorrison.com/

Comfort of Fences explores the unconditional love between a trio of women: Ruth, the matriarch and builder of boundaries; Denise, her special-needs daughter with powerful secrets of her own; and Georgia, Ruth’s best friend and source of strength and practicality. The dynamics of their relationships expose the irony that the people we love the most can also be the people we most underestimate.

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